City council meetings streamed online
The Chowchilla City Council meetings will be live-streamed on the Internet until further notice. Meetings will NOT be streamed on Facebook Live. Instead, meetings will be streamed using the Webex meeting platform. Webex will provide better interaction between Council members and staff as well as with the viewing public who will be able to directly participate in the meeting when public comments are opened.
You can also submit your comments for Closed Session, Public Address, Consent, Public Hearing, and New Business by email to JMcClendon@CityofChowchilla.org in advance, or in real-time during the live-streamed meeting. The City Clerk will also accept comments through WebEx.
To join the meeting see the item titled Webex login screen.
To provide a verbal comment your device, computer, tablet, or phone, will require a microphone.
If you choose to email comments to be read aloud by the City Clerk during the appropriate public comment period, you need to include the following in the Subject Line: "FOR PUBLIC COMMENT" and list the item number you wish to comment on. Comments read to the Council will be subject to the three-minute time limit. Any emailed comments received after an item has been completed will not be read into the record but will become a part of the record after the fact.
Pursuant to the Executive Order, and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in the Council meeting, please contact the City Clerk’s Office, (559) 665-8615 Ext. 102 within 48 hours of the meeting.
To view the past three City Council meeting videos Click HERE.
Webex login screen
Once the host (City of Chowchilla) has started the meeting, you may log-in using the information below. You will not be able to log-in ahead of time.
To join a meeting click the following link or copy and/or paste it into your web browser. You may also download the Webex App on your cellular device.
MEETING LINK: TBD
Type in your First name, Last name, Email address,
and the Event Password, chowchilla, then click Join Now.
City of Chowchilla Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic information
Information is constantly changing about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and City officials continue to do their best to consolidate information and website links to help provide facts and resources for our residents. Please understand that information is continuously updated, and we will strive to provide links to the most current and accurate information available to us. Click HERE for more information
See Open Letter from City of Chowchilla Mayor, Waseem Ahmed
Madera County Public Health Department Recommended Posters
The City of Chowchilla would like all businesses to be prepared to open once we are allowed.
Madera County Public Health Department is recommending all businesses to place the check sheet in a visible location at the entrance of their storefront. Only check off the practices you have put in place. This procedure will inform your customers what practices your business has adopted, as well as ensuring their protection.
Below are links to the Required Posters:
If you are not able to print a poster, you may contact the city at 559.665.8615 to make arrangements to receive one.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ADJUSTMENTS TO SOLID WASTE, WATER, AND SEWER RATES
Tuesday, June 23, 2020, at 7:00 pm, at Chowchilla City Hall, Council Chambers, 130 S. Second Street, Chowchilla, CA 93610
Current City Job Recruitments
The City of Chowchilla is currently recruiting for the following positions.
Police Officer I/II
Community Service Officer/Dispatcher
Utility System Supervisor
Water System Supervisor
Wastewater System Supervisor
Click HERE for more information.
Water Network System Monitoring
Learn how the City of Chowchilla leverages Samsara to improve customer service, efficiency, and visibility across the municipal water operations using SCADA technology. SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, the industry-standard control system. The SCADA technology is a system of sensors and feedback controls that help automate processes for well sites and the management of the entire water network.